give us clean hands; a generation that seeks

i’m very happy now. in fact this is the happiest i’ve been for a long time.

i don’t know, but I like where I am now. God has brought me here- he is the only one that has provided me joy and peace that surpasses understanding. Through the people I’ve met, the conversations I’ve shared, and the experiences made I’ve seen God work mightily in my life, and I’m grateful for this point.

This is the high point of my journey – and I will remember God’s grace so that when I am in the valley I will remember it’s the same God who’s walking with me.

and I’m especially happy…

but pictures speak louder than words.

rovik.

 

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Date A Boy Who Travels

my mind just compared everything here with what I have. and it excites me more for what I can do. i have missed and have been missed, have died a little inside, and have been revived by perception. i have lived , and am continuing to live.

A Travel Blog

Since I solemnly declared yesterday, Lena Day, as the result of an overwhelming week, I urged each of you do some something that you love! I found myself in a Starbucks, inspired and whipped out this little ditty. You may have read, “You Should Date An Illiterate Girl” by Charles Warnke or the response “Date A Girl Who Reads” by Rosemarie Urquico, so I thought I’d bring you something same, same but different. Enjoy!

Date A Boy Who Travels

Date a boy who travels. Date a boy who treasures experience over toys, a hand-woven bracelet over a Rolex. Date the boy who scoffs when he hears the words, “vacation”, “all-inclusive” or “resort”. Date a boy who travels because he’s not blinded by a single goal but enlivened by many.

You might find him in an airport or at a book store browsing the travel guides – although he “only…

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